Arnold Schwarzenegger explains how he fought his way back to fitness.
In 2018, the bodybuilding and fitness world was in shock when they heard the news that the number one man, Arnold Schwarzenegger had to undergo emergency heart surgery.
Since his surgery in March 2018, Arnold not only regained his health, but he is back to touring the world, promoting his vision for a cleaner environement and as well back to working on some great films.
Arnold is also back on schedule when it comes to promoting the number one bodybuilding contest in the world, The Arnold Sports Festival.
In a recent opinion article by Arnold Schwarzenegger himself, published on CNN.com, Arnold explains now he fought his way back to fitness.
The article is titled ‘Schwarzenegger: How I fought my way back to fitness‘ and it was published on 2 January 2019.
Arnold explains in his opinion that there are over 60 million people with gym memberships, and 67% will not use their memberships. As well 80% will fail in their promises when it comes to New Year’s Resolutions.
With all the gyms available all over the world, obesity is still a major problem.
Flashy advertisements that offer a quick way to lose weight and show your abs are one of the major reasons why so many people fail in their quest to get back into shape.
Arnold explains, after his heart surgery, he had to take it one step at a time to get back to normal. From learning how to breath to retrain his lungs and walking with a walker, he sometimes felt he would never get back to living a normal life. Never giving up. in just three months Arnold was back on set filming the latest Terminator movie.
The message from Arnold is, enjoy life and still eat good food, but doing any type of exercise, even the smallest type, is a step in the right direction.
Read the full article by Arnold Schwarzenegger on CNN.com: ‘Schwarzenegger: How I fought my way back to fitness‘
The photos below are of Arnold Schwarzenegger at the 2018 Arnold Classic Europe in September 2018, six months after his major heart surgery.
Photos by Kevin Grech – Evolutionofbodybuilding.net